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What debts are not dischargeable under a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Michigan?

Tax debts owed to the IRS or the State of Michigan are not dischargeable. Any debts incurred by fraudulent acts are also not dischargeable. Same goes for debts incurred for luxury goods or services and debts for cash advances made within 60 days before the case is filed. Debts for alimony, maintenance, or support and other divorce-related debts are not dischargeable. Debts for intentional or malicious injury to the person or property of another are not dischargeable. Student loans are not dischargeable unless a court finds that not discharging the debt would impose an undue hardship on the debtor and his or her dependents. Debts for personal injury or death caused by the debtor’s operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated are not dischargeable.

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